It’s been a while, but there’s tons of sawdust being made and news to share.
If you follow along on Facebook and Instagram, you’ve seen that we’ve been busy with a variety of new partnerships and new projects.
We are incredibly excited to have pieces featured and for sale at Domaci Home Furnishings in Bethlehem, Pa. Not only do we have pieces in their storefront, but we are an official DomaciMaker. Domaci is located right in the heart of historic downtown Bethlehem and has that ‘Mom and Pop’ feel when you walk in. Derrick, Warren, and Rebecca created a great and welcoming atmosphere with all kinds of pieces with Rustic, Industrial, Traditional, and Modern styles. If you’re looking for something to do now that Mother Nature is warming up a little, take a walk down Main Street Bethlehem and check out Domaci.
Stone and Key Cellars is fantastic winery in Montgomeryville, Pa. Jason contacted us to find a way to utilize the used barrels they use for their wine and cider production process. Their mindset of finding a way to reclaim wine barrels instead of letting them rot or throw them away is something we were definitely on board with. We got a few pieces delivered but look forward to getting much more in their huge storefront area with unique wine related gifts, furniture, and decor. Take an afternoon and stop in for a flight of their homemade wines and ciders.
As usual, we are doing our best to keep up with custom orders of pieces and home décor. We can’t say thank you enough to everyone that has supported RustiK along the way and have placed orders with us. Recently, we held a contest on our social media to win a RustiK Hoodie. That contest was to try and guess what the piece we were making was going to be used for. We got a lot of great guesses and activity, but there was one winner. Dave nailed his guess of “a custom clock backboard”. We’ll definitely be doing more of these contests because we got some great ideas from everyone too! Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
Some other projects we’ve recently completed and installed:
An elegantly rustic dining table made to fit a space in both size and appearance. The salvaged wood for the table top are poplar boards from a local farm in Allentown that had lumber from their property milled in the early 1970’s. The table base is made from reclaimed house rafters from a home that is thought to be built between 1900-1920.
With wedding season coming quickly, this is a great teaser for a project we can’t wait to complete next month….stay tuned for more details. A previous customer (they’re awesome by the way) contacted us looking for a rustic wedding gift that all of her fellow bridesmaids could give their ‘couple-to-be’. Personalizing a piece of furniture that can be featured and used in the home is a great gift idea.
Some projects we have coming up that we’re getting ready to start:
Farmstyle corner hutch.
Rustic entertainment unit.
Custom family room built-ins cabinetry.
Saw dust is flying. If you or anyone you know is thinking about a project for their home, feel free to reach out or pass along our info. Thank you again to everyone for your support, follows, likes, kind words and opportunity.
Supporting small businesses and buying local may be a ‘cool’ thing to do; but to RustiK, Domaci, Stone & Key, and all of the other small and local businesses… it’s much more than that.